Nuralagus rex was a giant rabbit from the island of Menorca. It went extinct when Majorca and Menorca were united as one island, letting the goat-like ungulate Myotragus balearicus colonize Nuralagus's habitat.
The speculative ungulate ancestor that started all.
The 83cm skull of Andrewsarchus, a giant meat-eating ungulate that lived over 30 million years ago
Thanks to wikipedia, now i know that finches are actually derived ungulates. Thank you wikipedia.
Astrapotherium, an ungulate species from the early-middle miocene of Argentina and Chile.
With a u/MeganWitt 's (thank you buddy ^^ ) feedback I redesigned the hand for the ungulate creature
The jaw of Polymorphis from the late Eocene (~38 mya) of Argentina - the earliest macraucheniid, the same group that includes the well-known Macrauchenia. Unlike most ungulates, this group never evolved a space between their incisors and cheek teeth.
Daeodon shoshonensis was the last and largest of the entelodonts. Entelodontidae was a family of omnivorous ungulates from North America and Eurasia during the Eocene, Oligocene, and Miocene.
Ungulates I could beat in a fight
A lot of ungulates are red-green color blind, which causes tigers to look like this to them... it got me thinking about how some shrimp can supposedly see 1000s of colors and how this might be an analog to what we're seeing with those "predator" creatures.
The rest of the picture with the ungulate himself (based on Thrumbo from Rimworld)
I'm designing a hand for a ungulate creature. Not very sure about the design. Feedback welcomed
An artist's depiction of Neolicaphrium recens, the last survivor of the family Proterotheriidae. This South American ungulate went extinct around 11,000 years ago.
Population growth of Siberian tiger. According the the last census, now there are approximately 550 tigers. Ungulate density can be improved, but no other reintroductions needs to be made, since no large herbivores like bisons were found there (even if it could be beneficial, boosting tiger density)
This deer has headlights. Pedalpcb Ungulate fuzz with Cleft mod (EQD Cloven Hoof) I just finished for a buddy.
Bears are slowly waking up from their winter torpor. In early spring, most of their diet can compromise carrions of ungulates that have died during winter. It's important to not take away dead animals from a forest for "aesthetic/health" purposes, since this can negatively impact scavengers
Insectosphere - Ungulate insect
Commission for twitter user blueskyactual of two OCs in Tiny Sapient Ungulates style!
Neolicaphrium recens was the last survivor of the family Proterotheriidae. This South American ungulate went extinct around 11,000 years ago
Distribution of 4 ungulate species in Scotland
The takin, a bizarre endangered ungulate from Himalayas. Even if apparently similar to muskox, it's more related to sheep.
Interactions between dingoes and introduced wild ungulates
Wolves are now colonizing Netherlands. It will be interesting to see how wolves will change the landscape of the well-known Oostvaardersplassen reserve (OVP). Will wolves reduce ungulate mortality during winter? How many wolves will be able to sutain a largeungulate-dominated ecosystem like this?
Cold and snowy winters always register an higher mortality of ungulates. Even if it could be sad for someone, this helps a lot scavengers, especially when efficient predators (like wolves, cougars, etc.) are not present.
Large-ish Ram-like Ungulate, w/ Purple Back Barnacles Nepitzaspru Galaxy
Not just herbivore: european ungulates have different diets and help to mantain different types of habitats
I don't think anyone saw this so the qr code meant this:- Synthetic_Even_Toed_Ungulate_and_Neural_Terminus_Catalyst//DO_NOT_COOK_OR_CONSUME.©1958c_SWINOLUXE
Here's a ram centaur, not a faun/saytr, but a quadruped. Again, I wish we could get some variety in in the centaur legs, like ability to alter their measurements a bit, or hooves for even-toed ungulates. It would make for better hicine/cervine/bovine characters.
Unlike any other rhinos and any other ungulates aside from some notoungulates, Elasmotherium's high-crowned molars were constantly growing throughout its life.
A martial eagle telling warthog mom to give over the piglet, which like other ungulates often die by the huge talons of this eagle.
Appennine chamois, an endemic italian ungulate subspecies, have recorded a good increase in 2020 in Abruzzo National Park. 138 juveniles were born last year, while 92 calves of 2019 were able to survive in 2020 (survival rate=75%, one of the higest ever recorded)
The domestic ujox, an ungulate, and the western loroon, a marsupial. Two species part of a community worldbuilding project called Vanatas (link in comments)
A species that was once thought extinct has only recently been rediscovered in Vietnam. Chevrotains are small even-toed ungulates that make up the family Tragulidae, the only extant members of the infraorder Tragulina. v.redd.it/yiw88n75epu51
A tiger’s orange coat puts them at no disadvantage in camouflage as their prey, like ungulates, see them as green due to red-green colorblindness
The Jaguar is an apex predator. The most generalist of the big cats, she does not prefer large ungulate prey, but uses explosive power to pounce on a variety of creatures, often smaller in size (<100lbs). This is because, while the rainforest is biodiverse, most species are small & evenly dispersed.
Myinterpretation of the ungulate bear (Original Post: https://www.reddit.com/r/SpeculativeEvolution/comments/l7fwjj/ruminantungulate_bear/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 )
An Apennine Chamois, probably one of the most beatiful ungulate of Europe, with an extremely unique fur pattern. Less than 3300 individuals survive now.
With an average length of 45cm (18in) and an average height of 30cm (12in), the Java mouse-deer is the smallest living ungulate, or hoofed mammal in the world.
Cervipithicus africanus (an ungulate like ape)
The true power of the Shadowlands reveals itself. Exploding ungulates.
During the Late Pleistocene, the Reindeer was one of the most widespread ungulates in the world. They were found as far south as Nevada and Tennessee in North America and Spain in Europe.
uuuuhhhhh I made a character idea on a whim, it's an anthro ungulate with... hands (my art)
The Nile crocodile is a primal monster. His jaws are some of the most powerful of the animal kingdom, which he can use to easily crush the skull of an ungulate. The Nile crocodile takes the largest prey of all crocodilians - adult zebra, antelope, and even buffalo are ambushed from the deep.
2.5 lbs of ground ungulate on the counter, and what does the cat go for? The buns. And he had to try every single one to confirm he doesn't actually like bread.
Granastrapotherium snorki, a 3.5 ton ungulate mammal from the Late Miocene of South America. This species and it’s relatives had features that made them appear to have evolved convergently with proboscideans.